Saturday, January 16, 2016

The Blue Mountains

Is where you go from 35 degrees to 6.5 degrees in less than a day.

Trying to stay on the shady side of the street while walking around and having a swim the pool to cool down to then having to reach for the winter clothes and jacket.

To being able to see forever over the Mountain ranges - but not today due to the heaviest  fog settling overnight.  So hubs and I stood in the photo to fill in the gap of what should have been the Great Dividing Range behind us.

Hubs was a very happy man when our visit coincided with the "Lady Luck Festival" being held at the Carrington Hotel.   It was celebrating all things 1950/60 and Rock and Roll.   His favourite era for  music and  cars.

We certainly enjoyed our short break at the Mountains to celebrate our 43rd wedding anniversary and one thing that we have learnt from visiting the Mountains over many years is to always pack the winter clothes as well as the summer ones and take an umbrella  - that way you are prepared for all seasons that the Mountains seem to dish up within a very few hours.

So it is back to reality tonight of having to cook dinner and hopefully back into my sewing room tomorrow.

Back soon with some photos of what I am playing with at present and in the meantime

Happy sewing all

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